Denver's police officers are rarely arresting homeless people under the city's "camping ban" — but the city is increasingly using other laws to move people along, according to a new report from the University of Denver.
Denver “won’t be bullied or blackmailed,” mayor says as city officials propose limiting cooperation with ICE
Mayor Michael Hancock, Denver City Council members and immigrant advocates have united behind an ordinance that would give force of law to city policies.
The hotel turns 125 years old this month. Its historian, Debra Faulkner, was kind enough to offer a sneak peek at the artifacts and stories that will soon be on display.
Denver is set to decide on its biggest potential action against ICE yet. Here’s how the debate is shaping up
In a 5-1 vote, a Denver City Council committee advanced a proposal that would strictly limit how much local law enforcement cooperates with ICE.
This is a controversial practice that Denver officials have asked ICE to stop because it scares people away from participating in the justice system.
The Althea Center for Engaged Spirituality descends from an era when Denver teemed with new religious movements.
This video is evidence of something immigration attorneys insisted was happening and that local officials had said was not happening.
How now! What's that yellow beacon on the horizon?
A woman born in 1917 and a bail bondsman named Red have kept one of the most colorful parts of Civic Center alive for decades.
There is no word yet on the plans for this house built in 1890.
One of the Union Station neighborhood's most unusual artifacts hides in the backyard of a few hundred people.